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A Stop is a point on a track segment that names the place where a train is to stop. A Stop is also called a Spot by some folks. You may have as many stops on a track segment as you require but at least one stop is required to define a train stopping place on a track segment. Every industry, yard, interchange and station must have at least one stop to support operations there.
Stop ID - unique stop ID up to 20 characters
Site Name - an optional long name for the site where the stop is located.
Site Dock, an optional string to differentiate docks at an industry (e.g. Shipping or Receiving) or station.
Siding ID - the unique Track Segment ID where the stop is located (required); use the drop-down box to pick it.
Citytown ID - the unique Citytown ID where the stop is located (required); use the drop-down box to pick it.
Division ID - the unique Division ID where the stop is located (required); use the drop-down box to pick it.
Stop Type - select type: Station, Industry, Yard_Entry, or IC_Tower from the drop-down list. If you enter anything else it is OK but MRRM will ignore the stop for some functions limited to particular types
How to Use:
Create a stop wherever you want to command a train to stop during operations even if only occasionally
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